tv Late Night With Jimmy Fallon NBC September 14, 2010 11:35pm-12:35am PST
hey, tomorrow night, n be byfl [ cheers and applause ] >> steve: from studio 6b in rockefeller center, the national broadcasting company presents -- tonight's guests are -- and featuring the legendary roots crew. and here he is -- jimmy fallon! [ cheers and applause ] captions paid for by nbc-universal television
-- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you very much. thank you very much. welcome to the show. thank you so much. no, no, no. thank you very much. you guys feeling good? that's the kind of crowd i want to see. that's the crowd. [ cheers and applause ] i love it. hope you guys are feeling great. welcome to "late night with jimmy fallon," everybody. let's get right to the news. did you hear about this? president obama is going to release a fun, easy-to-read children's book this november. it's for ages biden and up. [ laughter ] it's to be -- that's right. obama is publishing a children's book with pictures by the same guy who illustrated "the little engine that could." [ light laughter ] obama's book's a little different, though. instead of saying, "i think i can, i think i can," the main character says, "i thought i could, i thought i could." [ laughter and applause ]
and everyone's talking about this. nancy pelosi's republican opponent, john dennis, has a new tv ad where he depicts her as the wicked witch of the west. [ light laughter ] in a statement, nancy pelosi said, "the ad is uncalled for and tasteless." [ cackling like a witch ] "ah-ha-ha-ha-ha." [ laughter ] why would she laugh like that? it's weird. >> steve: that's weird. >> jimmy: hey, congratulations to penelope cruz and javier bardem who are expecting a baby. [ cheers and applause ] the couple says they don't care if it's a boy or a girl, as long as it's sexy. [ laughter ] that's one sexy baby. [ whispering ] close your eyes. [ light laughter ] some more good news. it's rumored that shaq and his girlfriend nicki are engaged. that was really cool. it's very sweet. when he proposed, shaq got down on one knee and was like -- [ as shaq ] "hey, you down there, will you marry me?"
[ laughter ] "shaq, yes." "okay, cool." check this out. the vatican's library is reopening next week after a three-year renovation. that's right. finally another place to use the vatican's favorite word -- "shh." [ laughter and ohs ] favorite word. this is pretty interesting. a new report found that two-thirds of the world's penguins are threatened. which begs the question, why do they keep answering the phone? [ light laughter ] here's some tech news. turns out that google's new instant search feature automatically omits naughty and pornographic words. it's pretty strict. in fact, i heard dick van dyke can't even google himself. [ laughter ] >> steve: is that true? >> jimmy: i heard it over at the -- i was over at the gym. >> steve: really? >> jimmy: yep.
>> steve: you were working out. were you doing the treadmill? >> jimmy: no. >> steve: stairmaster? >> jimmy: free weights. >> steve: free weights. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you know me, i love free weights. >> steve: and some guy just said -- >> jimmy: we were talking about different stuff. yeah, and he said, "he said dick van dyke can't google himself." >> steve: can peter o'toole? >> jimmy: peter o'toole cannot either. no. [ laughter and applause ] all right. all right. that's right. google has a search feature that omits pornographic words. it's got to be embarrassing when even google shames you for looking up dirty stuff. like, "did you mean ladies with big boots?" [ laughter ] yeah, that's what i meant. this is cool. the video game super mario brothers turned 25 this week. [ cheers and applause ] very cool. you can tell mario's getting up there, though. today i saw him looking for coins with a metal detector. he's like -- [ mario theme song ] ♪ do, do, do do, do my back do, do ♪ ♪ my back m-m-my back ♪ [ laughter ] and finally, a new report found that asian-american students have the best s.a.t. scores in
the country. a close second, anyone sitting right behind the asian-american kid during the test. [ laughter ] [ scattered applause ] ladies and gentlemen, we have a great show. give it up for the roots. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ >> jimmy: yeah! welcome, welcome, everybody. we have a great, great show tonight. what a great crowd. we got a lot of things to talk about. first, our "play guitar with pavement" contest is in the home stretch. the finalists have been chosen. one of them is going to be playing with pavement live on our stage september 23rd. so go to latenightwithjimmyfallon.com/ pavement right now to cast your vote. should be a ton of fun. going to be awesome. [ cheers and applause ] next, i just got to give props to this place. i finally got to visit my buddy mario batali's new place, eataly. has anyone here been there?
[ scattered cheers ] it's phenomenal. if you're going to new york city, going to visit new york city, even thinking of coming here, you have to make eataly part of your trip. you've went there higgins, right? >> steve: it's like disneyland for fat people. [ laughter ] i loved it. >> jimmy: congrats to my man mario batali and his partner joe bastianich. joe is one of the judges on "master chef" with gordon ramsay, and he's partners with batali. in fact, i think their finale is going to be on -- "master chef" is on fox tomorrow night. so, you should probably watch that, too. i should say that, too. but definitely go see eataly. 'cause it's disneyland for fat people. [ cheers and applause ] and finally, if you watch our show, you know i use twitter a lot. and sometimes on twitter, these weird lists get started. it's like a topic with a pound sign in front of it. on twitter they call it a hashtag. someone will tweet out something like, "#things that bother me," and then people respond and say what bothers them. and it makes a big list on twitter that everyone can look at it. it's funny, it's cool. anyway, we have been making our own hash tags on the show lately, and i thought we'd try it again tonight. right before the show i started a hash tag called, "#i can't believe i did that," and tweeted it -- i tweeted out, "i was talked into getting a perm in college."
[ light laughter ] it's a true story. [ laughter ] seriously, this is like -- here's what happened. i went to get my hair cut in the mall with my friends. i tell them i'm getting my hair cut. so, i'm getting my hair cut and this girl's like, "you have really straight hair." and i go, "oh, thanks." i didn't know what to say. she goes, "you know what you need? you need a body wave." a body wave. i go, "what's a body wave?" she goes, "it's just a simple, like, a little wave, a little curl, just little bend in your hair. it's great." i go, "whatever, that's cool. i'll get a body wave one day." then she goes, "you know what? i'm studying to be a hairstylist. i can give you one for free." [ laughter and ohs ] cut to i'm under the hair drier reading "redbook." my buddies walk by in the mall -- [ laughter ] "what's going on?" i go, "i'm getting a body wave, man. what are you talking about? my hair's too straight." he goes, "oh, man, all right. what's a body wave?" i go, "it's just going to put a little bounce in it." cut to they pull the rollers out -- mike brady. [ laughter ] mike brady, tight perm. i go, "oh, my god, how do i get rid of this?"
she goes, "you can't get rid of this at all." i got to grow it out. i went home. it was christmas break. i went home to visit my parents. rang the doorbell, my mom goes, "hi -- you're a jerk." and shut the door. i wore a hat for, like, six months. it was unbelievable. anyway, so, here's where you guys come in. go on twitter, tweet out something weird or embarrassing or crazy that you once did, and be sure to include the hash tag "#i can't believe i did that." i'll look at all of them and put some of my favorites on the show tomorrow night. so tune in. you might see your tweet on the show. it'll be fun. [ cheers and applause ] we have a fun show tonight, speaking of fun shows. from the new cartoon film "alpha and omega," the awesome justin long is here. [ cheers and applause ] love that guy. 3-d movie. the renowned designer, the one and only tommy hilfiger is joining us. [ cheers and applause ] he's been around for 25 years. amazing. and for day number two of broadway week, two of the funniest people. they're great. a performance from sean hayes and tony goldwyn from the musical "promises, promises"
tonight. [ cheers and applause ] it's so good. great show. now, we pride ourselves in being a positive show here, always looking on the bright side of things. but of course, there's two sides to every story. tonight we take a look at those stories and issues making headlines today and weigh the good with the bad in a segment we call "pros and cons." [ cheers and applause ] ♪ pros and cons and pros and cons and pros ♪ >> jimmy: tonight's "pros and cons" topic, "freshman year of college." [ yeah ] [ whip cracking ] [ light laughter ] freshman year of college. lots of kids are going off to college for the first time this fall. it's an exciting time. so let's take a look at the pros and cons of being a freshman in college. pro, you'll make friends that will last a lifetime. con, you'll make student loan payments that will last a lifetime. [ light laughter ] i'm still paying off my school. pro, you're opening yourself up to a new world of experiences.
con, like the experience of waking up hung over with the word "penis" written on your forehead with a sharpie. [ light laughter ] it happens. >> steve: i could hashtag that. >> jimmy: yeah. pro, you can pursue a degree that will eventually lead to a rewarding career. con, or major in english. [ light laughter ] all about choices. pro, higher learning is fun. con, learning high is more fun. [ laughter ] [ scattered cheers ] man, the homework ate my dog. i mean -- [ makes ringing noise ] it's 4:20! pro, your roommate could be your new best friend. con, or a serial killer. [ laughter ] you never know. he seemed like he kept to himself, real quiet. [ light laughter ] pro, college textbooks offer a wealth of information. con, returning them for cash at the student store offers a wealth of beer money.
totally used to do that. pro, if you score a fake i.d., you're golden. con, actually, more brown than golden, and remember your name is punjab sidharthavesari and you're 46. [ laughter ] pro, your roommate has a kick-ass stereo system. con, your roommate likes train. [ light laughter ] what's wrong with train? >> steve: yeah. >> jimmy: what does train do? what do they sing again? what's train sing? >> "hey soul sister." >> jimmy: "hey soul sister"? how does that go? ♪ hey soul sister is that mister mister on the radio ♪ ♪ don't you know -- on the stereo ♪ >> steve: look, i have kids. [ laughter and applause ] >> jimmy: i like train. don't they do some other song? they do some other song. ♪ do you know what they do? >> "meet virginia." ♪ >> jimmy: oh, yeah, yeah, yeah. ♪ [ mumbles along to music ]
>> jimmy: i like train. yeah, that's good. now i like train. [ cheers and applause ] that's a good song. >> steve: yeah, let's hear it for train. come on! >> jimmy: were you saying that? >> steve: what's that? i was saying that. >> jimmy: oh. finally, pro, no more s.a.ts. con, lots more stds. [ audience ohs ] there you go, everybody. that's the "pros and cons." we'll be right back with more "late night." come on back. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ [ male announcer ] redesigned power e-trade pro. it's like hardwiring the market right into my desktop. launch my watchlist -- a popping stock catches my eye. pull up the price chart. see what the analysts say. as i jump back, cnbc confirms what i thought. pull the trigger -- done. i can even do most of this on my smartphone. really, it's incredible. like nothing i've ever experienced. unleash your investing
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and get a pantech messaging phone free after mail-in rebate. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. thank you for watching our show tonight. hey, do you guys love dancing but hate floors? [ laughter ] well, you're in luck because it's time for dancing that does not take place on a floor. it's time for "dancing on air." ♪ ♪ dancin' dancin' dancin' dancin' on air ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome to "dancing on air." this is a -- [ laughter ]
it's a game where we hoist people ten feet into the air, then make them dance as though they're standing on the ground. why do we do this? because it would be wrong not to do this. [ laughter ] let's meet our contestants. come on over, kids. how are you? [ cheers and applause ] nice to see you, buddy. >> nice to meet you. >> jimmy: contestant number one, what is your name? >> i'm derek. >> jimmy: derek? >> yes. >> jimmy: yes. good. [ light laughter ] and what is your name? >> kevin. >> jimmy: kevin. very nice. is that mount rushmore? >> yeah. obama's on there. >> jimmy: obama's on -- on your right boob. [ laughter ] perfect. welcome, you guys. are you guys afraid of heights? >> no. >> nope. >> not at all. >> jimmy: you afraid of rhythm?
>> i think so. >> maybe. >> jimmy: because the rhythm's going to get you. gloria estefan said it. it wasn't her? >> steve: i think it was the miami sound machine. >> jimmy: miami sound machine said it. not gloria estefan, sorry. here's how this is going to work, you guys. you have both been outfitted with extremely stylish safety harnesses. [ cheers and applause ] one at a time, you're going to reach into this bag. that's right, the velvety dance bag. [ light laughter ] you're going to pull out a chip that says what type of dance you're going to do. then one at a time, we'll raise you up in the rafters, and you got 15 seconds to do that kind of dancing. we'll decide the winner based on audience applause. higgins, what will tonight's winner be taking home? >> steve: well, jimmy, tonight's winner will receive dancing lessons. learn how to dance like a pro at one of 225 arthur murray dance studios located across our great nation and around the world. learn to dance the arthur murray way -- on the ground. air dancing not available. jimmy? >> jimmy: thank you so much, higgins. [ cheers and applause ] just to give you guys a better idea of how this is going to work, we have a special guest here to air dance for us tonight. ladies and gentlemen, please welcome our dear friend, the dance champion of the high seas, captain zog. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome to the show, my friend. >> ahoy, jimmy, ahoy.
how are you? >> jimmy: thank you. i'm doing fantastic. you've always been one of our favorite dancers. >> this is true. >> jimmy: do you want to show us how this is done? >> yes, i would love to. you know i love to dance. >> jimmy: yes, yes. >> especially when i'm not awash in seamen. [ laughter ] lot of other sailors around. >> jimmy: i understand. you can go ahead and reach into the velvety dance bag right here. now, i should tell you, this is what tonight's dance will be all about. it's all about decades. you'll be dancing from the '90s. >> ooh. [ audience oohs ] >> steve: captain zog will be dancing like it's 1999. the macarena, the roger rabbit, the running man, the electric slide. the '90's brought us all these absurd dances and more. god, i miss my hammer pants. jimmy? ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: okay. captain zog, let's get you raised to the rafters, my friend. here you go. how's it feeling? [ laughter ] >> oh!
>> jimmy: how you feeling there, buddy? >> i think my anchor's tangled. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: we are putting -- [ laughter ] >> there's a storm a'brewing. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: yes, yes, something's happening. something's happening. we're putting 15 seconds on the clock. and roots, you're gonna give me some great music. you ready to do this? >> let's do this. >> jimmy: all right, friend, make us proud. on your mark, get set, dance! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: very, very nice. fantastic. fantastic moves, my friend. now, let's review the slow dance version of your performance. check it out. ♪ [ laughter ] ♪
>> jimmy: oh, yeah. yeah. so beautiful. so sensual. [ cheers and applause ] fantastic. want to stick around and watch the rest of the game with me? >> ahoy, i'll stand watch with you, jimmy. >> jimmy: thank you, captain zog. fantastic. let's get started. contestant number one, come on over, buddy. you ready to go? [ cheers and applause ] go ahead and reach into the velvety dance bag, see what kind of dancing you'll be doing. what decade will it be? it will be -- the '70s. [ audience oohs ] >> steve: jimmy, contestant number two will be showcasing the dances of the '70's. hey, remember the '70's? remember disco, remember the hustle, remember dancing all night at studio 54? neither do i. i was passed out for the entire '70s. jimmy? >> jimmy: thank you, higgins. thank you. okay. it's go time. you feeling confident? >> i'm ready. >> jimmy: all right, good. let's get you airborne. get up there. [ laughter ] there you go. how you doing up there? >> i feel a little uncomfortable. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: you ready to dance? okay, great.
can i get 15 seconds on the clock, please? on your mark, get set, dance! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: oh, very nice. very, very nice. [ applause ] very nice. now let's take a look at a slow dance version of your performance right now. ♪ >> jimmy: very good. very, very nice. very elegant. captain zog, what did you think about that?
>> those moves are straight out of davy jones' locker. >> jimmy: oh, very good. are you irish? >> i'm irish today. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: all right. thank you so much for playing. i appreciate it. we'll see if you won or not. contestant number two -- tough act to follow. [ cheers and applause ] how you doing, my man? >> good. >> jimmy: tough act to follow. you think you can top that? >> i hope so. >> jimmy: all right, buddy. go ahead, reach into the velvety dance bag, see what decade you're going to be dancing to. oh, it is fun. it is the '80s. >> steve: ooh. [ audience oohs ] >> steve: jimmy, contestant number two will be taking us back to the '80s. ah, the '80s. the time of break dancing and moonwalking, feathered hair, doing the robot. so put on your electric boogaloo shoes and start dancing. it's the '80s, jimmy. >> jimmy: oh, man. molly ringwald. >> yeah. >> jimmy: this is going to be exciting. let's get you up there. let's get you airborne. up you go. all right. there you go. good man. how you feeling? >> okay, i guess. >> jimmy: okay. pretty good. here we go.
you remember the '80s? >> yeah, i was born in the '80s. [ laughter ] [ scattered applause ] >> jimmy: all right. well, dance like you did when you were a baby. [ laughter ] here we go. let's put 15 seconds on the clock, please. ready, set, dance! ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: thank you, buddy. couple new moves put in there. >> yes, yes. >> jimmy: very, very nice. you put your own spin on it. maybe you did that as a baby. who knows? [ laughter ] let's take a look at the slow dance version of that performance. >> jimmy: very nice. ♪
excellent work, my friend. captain zog, what did you think? any predictions? >> i think it was better than his work in "the hangover." [ laughter ] [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: sorry, that's not -- that's not zach galifianakis. >> what are you talking about? >> jimmy: that is not zach galifianakis >> i thought that was -- >> jimmy: no, no. >> good looking one. >> no -- >> i think number two's going to take it. >> jimmy: okay, here we go. audience, your applause will now determine the winner. will it be contestant number one? [ applause ] or will it be contestant number two? [ cheers and applause ] ladies and gentlemen, we have a winner. contestant number two is tonight's champion. ♪ congratulations, you win dancing lessons. and even more important than that, you've also won our respect. you were great, too. [ light laughter ] you are getting a "late night with jimmy fallon" eff-off t-shirt. there you go.
[ cheers and applause ] thank you so much. thanks to our friend, captain zog. and thanks to our contestants for playing "dancing on air." stick around, everybody. we'll be right back with justin long. [ cheers and applause ] ♪ takes a special kinda loco to pass...initiation. where the sun's so hot it rains fire. and there's no calling for help -- only reception your phone's gettin' is an angry look. just when you can't take any more...
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: welcome back, everybody. our first guest is a very funny actor whose movie "going the distance" is currently in theaters. go see that. it's very funny. starting this friday, you can also catch him in the 3-d animated movie, "alpha and omega." ladies and gentlemen, please welcome justin long. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> the greatest. >> jimmy: i know. how are you, my friend? >> good, man. >> jimmy: justin long in the house. >> it's good to see you. >> jimmy: yeah, last time i saw you was at the "going the distance" premiere. >> so fun. >> jimmy: i love that movie. that was so funny, by the way.
>> thanks, man. >> jimmy: congrats. >> we had so much fun doing it. and that was such a fun night. seeing it with you. >> jimmy: it's hilarious. >> my family was there. it was great. >> jimmy: so many good bits. everyone scored in that movie. i thought it was great. >> yeah, it was -- [ light laughter ] well -- um -- a -- it's the first time, though, i've ever had that level of investment in a movie. so it's been a little strange, and it didn't do great at the box office. so it was a little bit disappointing. and i made the mistake of reading reviews. you know, people always tell you, "don't read reviews." and i said, "ah, well, i'll read a couple." just 'cause -- it's like a first -- you know, it's big movie for me. >> jimmy: oh, i know. >> i read a couple, and then that lead to a few more and that -- and i read, literally, i think every single review on rotten tomato i read. and i learned a very valuable lesson, which is never, never do that. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: it doesn't help you. >> it doesn't help at all. and the worst part is the good ones, i don't really -- they're nice to hear, but i don't really internalize them. and i don't like -- >> jimmy: isn't that weird? you always go back to the bad
ones. >> it's the bad ones. and i read some that were -- i read one in particular that was -- it was so bad that it set the bar, i think, for insults now for me. [ laughter ] i actually kind of appreciate this woman, michelle orange, wherever you are, at movieline. i remember it. and i remember the quote. this is word for word. michelle orange called me -- and you know, you hear about things about yourself, insults and whatever. and i thought i developed a pretty thick skin. this women said i was -- this is word for word, "a milky, affectless mook" -- it keeps going. -- "with unformed features and a kindergartener's haircut on the first of school." [ laughter and applause ] thank you. thank you. i looked up mook. i looked up mook 'cause i was like, "what is -- what is a mook, exactly?" i've never -- and it sounded weirdly like it could be inappropriate somehow. mook, according to the urban dictionary is, and i quote, "an
archetypal young male who acts like a moronic bonehead. they are self-centered simpletons who live a drunken frat boy lifestyle." so, yeah. >> jimmy: well, i should say -- i should say -- >> it doesn't get worse than this. >> jimmy: i should say, i use the name michelle orange as a pen name. [ laughter ] so that i can blog and just get those feeling out there. i apologize. >> well, i'm glad it's out there now. >> jimmy: yeah. >> thanks for brining it out. >> jimmy: i thought you were so good in that movie. you were really funny. i liked that. >> no, i was a mook. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: do people recognize you from all the different movies you've done? you've done a bunch of different things. t.v and -- >> yeah, different types. i can usually tell -- the people who approach me, i can tell what it is that they've seen or are familiar with. like, midwestern sort of family types usually point out "ed," this tv show that i did years ago. >> jimmy: absolutely. [ cheers and applause ] >> and then -- you know, like, frat guys will be, like, this movie "waiting" or "dodge ball." [ cheers and applause ]
i'm gonna list my movies. what an awful talk show appearance. and i also -- >> jimmy: wait till michelle orange talks about this. >> so self-serving and narcissistic, and half formed features. [ light laughter ] but sometimes i get thrown, like, a real curve ball. a couple of months ago this guy, huge african american gentleman, tattoos, thugged out, just, like, enormous, like, crazy guy. came over to me, goes, "hey, oh, man, man, i know you. i know you. you're from 'he ain't feeling you no more.'" i thought, "he ain't feeling you no more"? "no, i met -- oh, i did a movie called 'he's just not that into you.'" [ laughter ] >> jimmy: "he ain't feeling you no more." >> it's a much better title. >> jimmy: i like that. >> and jimmy's wife produced that. >> jimmy: "he ain't feeling you no more." >> "he ain't feeling you no more." >> jimmy: we got to call tyler perry and have him make that. [ laughter ] >> tyler perry's -- >> jimmy: "he ain't feeling you no more." >> tyler perry's "the kids are a'ight." >> jimmy: tyler perry's "he
ain't feeling you no more." he'll do it. >> jimmy: we have to talk about "alpha and omega." it's an animated movie, 3-d. >> yes. >> jimmy: you play a wolf. >> i play a wolf, and we go on adventures. we go on wolf adventures. we get relocated to another part of the country to repopulate, which sounds like kind of an adult theme. a lot of wolf boning in the movie. kids are going to love it. >> jimmy: yeah. yeah. but it's a cute movie. we have a clip from movie here. it's "alpha and omega." justin long. ♪ >> they're too far ahead. we'll never make it. >> hold on! ♪ >> look! [ screaming ] >> world adventurers.i >> told w >> i told you we make a good team. >> did you say that? i thought i said that. >> jimmy: it's cute. it's in theaters this weekend. "alpha and omega." more with justin long when we get back.
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[ long speaks in odd voice ] >> danny glover is in the movie. danny glover fans. >> jimmy: what's going on? >> what do you mean? >> jimmy: what's going on with your voice? [ clears throat, still uses odd voice ] >> is that better? >> jimmy: it's not better. what's going on? i never -- >> oh. oh. this is how i talk. you mean i was doing my actor voice earlier. [ in normal voice ] this voice, that's my actor -- >> jimmy: yeah. yeah. >> that's my actor voice i put on. [ in odd voice ] and i thought we were. we're not recording this. we were just hanging out in between segments. >> jimmy: yeah. no, this won't air. [ laughter ] >> this is how i talk. you've known me for years. >> jimmy: i've never heard you talk like this ever in my life. we've hung out. >> i know. [ laughter ] we hung out -- maybe you don't listen when you're hanging out -- maybe you should pay attention to your brain. >> jimmy: all right. maybe i should. maybe i should. yeah. >> anyway -- i got -- i don't want to take too much time.
i'm working with a new charity. it's an antidrug prevention. i want to talk to the kids right now about drugs and saying no to drugs. >> jimmy: no, no, i think this is a mistake. >> no, it is a mistake to get into drugs. >> jimmy: no, no, no. >> it's a gateway -- >> jimmy: i think if you're using -- >> what? >> jimmy: if you're using your normal voice, i think people are going to think you're making fun of it. [ in normal voice ] >> oh, you want me to use my actor voice? be all phony. >> jimmy: yeah, that's much better. that's great. >> i thought i could talk to people honestly and be myself. and you want me to do some actor -- >> jimmy: that's much better. >> now you're doing a voice. [ imitating jimmy ] "that's much better." [ laughter ] you're doing a voice now. really immature. >> jimmy: i'm not doing a voice. [ imitating jimmy ] >> "i'm not doing a voice." >> jimmy: that's my actual voice. yeah. [ imitating jimmy ] >> "that's my actual voice." you don't talk like that, jimmy. >> jimmy: i talk like this. >> this is weird. [ in odd voice ] the reason i developed my actor voice is because people were making fun of my voice. >> jimmy: all right. look, i'm sorry. i can see that you're getting angry. >> i am getting angry because you're my friend. >> jimmy: all right. >> and you do not be -- this is how i talk.
>> jimmy: i'm sorry. i'm sorry. i don't wanna -- >> that sounds like a very cavalier apology. it doesn't sound like a real apology, frankly. frankly. and i'm not leaving until i get one. [ light laughter ] >> jimmy: what kind of apology would you like? >> i would like, if you really must know -- >> jimmy: yes. >> all right. repeat after me. [ laughter ] >> jimmy: the beat after bee. >> yeah. repeat after me. >> jimmy: the beat after bee. >> repeat after me. >> jimmy: repeat after me. >> thank you. >> jimmy: you're welcome. >> i -- >> jimmy: by -- >> i -- >> jimmy: i, i'm sorry. >> jimmy fallon. >> jimmy: jimmy fallon. >> jimmy fallon. >> jimmy: jimmy fallon. >> thank you. [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: will not make fun of justin long's voice ever again. >> justin long's speech pattern. >> jimmy: justin long's speech pattern. >> thank you.
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♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: tommy hil -- tommy hilfiger. thanks so much for being here. i appreciate it. >> thank you for having me. >> jimmy: thank you for letting me also crash your table at the met ball. we had a great time that night. >> you made us laugh all night. >> jimmy: i tried to. but it was a fun table. >> i liked it when you did mick better than mick. >> jimmy: mick jagger was at our table. and i was just at the table going like -- [ as mick jagger ] "can you pass the sugar right now? --cream on that." just being annoying until they threw me out. >> if you put on a blindfold, you would think mick was sitting in his home. >> jimmy: yeah, no, mick was holding a knife up to my throat. [ as mick jagger ] >> "i don't talk like that." >> jimmy: yeah. >> "stop doing business." [ as mick jagger ] >> jimmy: "stop doing me. i don't talk like that." [ as mick jagger ] >> "not at all. pass the salt." [ as mick jagger ] >> jimmy: "not at all." yeah. 25th anniversary, big anniversary. congratulations, buddy. can you believe it's happened so fast?
[ cheers and applause ] >> i can't. i can't. >> jimmy: amazing. you had a big show the other night. you got great reviews for the show the other night. >> thank you. >> jimmy: huge developments in the company. you guys are going to paris? >> we're opening a big store in paris. similar to the store we opened on fifth avenue this year. >> jimmy: gosh. you ever think it would be this big? >> never. i thought i would be a u.s. brand. >> jimmy: yeah. >> and now we're a global brand. >> jimmy: and you have this -- >> we've got a big book. >> jimmy: this a book. are you kidding me? >> a big book. >> jimmy: i mean, wow. what is this? >> this is sort of a scrapbook of -- >> jimmy: yeah. wow. it's a coffee table book. this is a coffee table. this is a dining room table book. look at this book. it's a bunch of cool photos and stuff in here. just a scrapbook of your stuff? >> i started when i was 18 years old with a shop in my hometown of elmira, new york. justin, you've probably never heard of elmira. >> justin: birthplace of mormonism. >> well, i don't think so.
it was the birthplace of mark twain. >> jimmy: look at this right here. people's place. that was your first ad in the newspaper? >> that was my first ad in the newspaper in 1970. >> jimmy: in elmira, new york. >> yeah. >> jimmy: and then, what you would do is, you'd come to new york city and find bell bottoms. >> i would find cool clothes on the streets. >> jimmy: yeah. >> take them back with a couple friends, and sold them to my high school mates in the parking lot. >> justin: are bell bottoms a euphemism for something else? >> hippieism. >> oh, okay. >> like, hippy cool. >> jimmy: look at this one here. this is very '80s. very you. look at you. "hey, buddy." [ scattered applause ] in the harley. there you go. super rad. >> very '80s. >> jimmy: yeah, it's very cool. this must be fun to put up this crazy scrapbook of all these things. this book is so heavy. i found this picture. this looks like a -- i can't believe you put this in -- picture of me when i went skiing that one time. [ laughter ] >> so, you were on the u.s. ski team? >> jimmy: yeah, i was on the u.s. ski team over there. that's me.
that's me in the sweater. perfect. this is amazing. now, can people buy this? >> you can buy this. it's made by assouline, so -- they have stores. >> jimmy: it's made by who? >> it's made by assouline books. >> jimmy: oh, okay. good. >> they have their own stores. they've got a store in the plaza hotel in new york. >> jimmy: how much is this? >> it's about $500. >> jimmy: wow. >> yeah, a dollar a page. >> jimmy: that's great. but it's your whole career. >> basically whole career. takes you through the past and the present and a little bit of the future. >> jimmy: well, you've done so much stuff. i got to thank you just for all the pop culture stuff. from anything from fashion, the nautical thing, you brought it back and made it -- it was cool again. i think it's so cool that you're still thriving, still going. i also got to thank you for -- we had a yacht rock party here not too long ago. we were listening to nice yacht rock music from the '80s where everyone had mustaches and posed for pictures on the cover of their album on a yacht, on a boat. and you gave us soin
sweaters so that our audience could wear matching tommy hilfiger sweaters. [ cheers and applause ] >> i was about to say, that's a little dangerous. >> jimmy: i love that you did that. we had the whole audience leaving with these yellow sweaters like a weird gang. people where like, "what is going on?" >> putting them in uniform. >> jimmy: it was so rad. and tonight, since fall is coming up, it's getting a little cold outside, you're giving our audience tommy hilfiger thermoses. [ cheers and applause ] that is very cool of you to do that. >> i think they like gifts. >> jimmy: yeah. very, very nice. >> they like freebies. >> jimmy: that's awesome, buddy. thank you for coming by. i appreciate it. again, congratulations on 25 years. >> thank you. >> jimmy: tommy hilfiger, everybody. we'll be right back with a performance from the broadway musical "promises, promises." [ cheers and applause ] ♪
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was "just plain wrong." jerry brown went out there and took credit for the fact that the people of california voted for proposition 13, which lowered taxes, which he opposed. and now he's going around taking credit for it. he raised taxes as governor of california. he had a surplus when he took office and a deficit when he left. he doesn't tell the people the truth. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: in the broadway musical "promises, promises," chuck baxter advances his career by offering up his manhattan apartment to company executives for their extramarital affairs. here to perform "our little secret," please welcome
sean hayes as chuck baxter and tony goldwyn as baxter's boss, mr. sheldrake. [ cheers and applause ] >> now baxter, remember, what is tonight going to be? >> tonight, sir? a fun evening. >> no, baxter. tonight is going to be our little secret. >> oh, of course. you didn't even have to say that. >> you know how people talk. >> you don't have to remind me. >> not that there's anything wrong. this happens to be a nice girl. >> listen, you didn't have to tell me. besides, it's none of my business. i mean, after all, four apples, five apples, what's the difference? >> that's where you're wrong, baxter. from now on, there is only room for one apple in the basket. right? >> right. ♪ ♪ all the other apples are spoiled and they're rotten ♪ ♪ out of the basket they'll go ♪ ♪ your loyalty is something that won't be forgotten
and there's one thing ♪ ♪ i promise you i can keep secrets too ♪ ♪ it's our little secret little secret little secret ♪ ♪ i'm gonna buy me a hat and keep our secret under that ♪ ♪ it's our little secret little secret little secret ♪ ♪ i'll even stop counting sheep to prove i don't talk when i sleep ♪ ♪ we've got a little plot that we can tell just one another ♪ ♪ there isn't anyone that we can trust except each other ♪ ♪ that's why we'll never tell a soul what it's all about ♪ ♪ they'll never get a chance to find out ♪ ♪ there'll be questions i won't answer
there'll be gossip ♪ ♪ let them gossip we don't care just put your trust in me ♪ ♪ it's our little secret and i'll keep it locked inside me ♪ ♪ 'cause it's no one else's business but our own anyhow ♪ [ whistling ] ♪ 'cause it's no one else's business but our own anyhow ♪ ♪ our little secret oh, yes it's yours and mine ♪ ♪ our little secret for now and all the time we'll stick together ♪ ♪ 'cause we've got our little secret now ♪